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Tony Romo’s new deal with the Dallas Cowboys is worth $108 million and includes $55 million in guaranteed money.
Philadelphia Eagle fans have been proudly wearing a devilish grin the last few days. The Boo-birds most hated division rival re-signed Tony Romo to a monster -questionably undeserved- contract extension over the weekend. While much of the football nation have voiced their opinions about what an outrageously stupid move this was, Donovan McNabb took it to another level…what else is new. McNabb has always had a taste for the spotlight, but this time his voice, or tweet for that matter, was such a sneaky jab that even the biggest Eagles McNabb-haters chuckled with approval.
The real shocker was the details of guaranteed money, Romo’s $55 million ranks him fourth behind Drew Brees ($60.5 million), Peyton Manning ($60 million) and Tom Brady ($57 million), but ahead of the $52 million that Joe Flacco received from the Baltimore Ravens.
Was McNabb’s comment out of line? Does Romo deserve this kind of deal? Regardless, check out not only McNabb’s tweet and video rebuttal along with the 10 funniest Tony Romo contract tweets:
Tony Romo 6 yr 55 million dollar extension. Wow really, with one playoff win. You got to be kidding me
— Donovan McNabb (@donovanjmcnabb) March 29, 2013
Tony Romo signs $108 Million extension…That’s like $5 Million an interception @nfl_stats
— The Football Chik (@TheFootballChik) March 29, 2013
Upon hearing of Romo’s deal, Aaron Rodgers demands just went from “$25M a year” to the “city of Dubai.”
— Faux John Madden (@FauxJohnMadden) March 29, 2013
Tony Romo’s contract is also worth more than the combined contracts of Miles Austin, Jason Witten and Dez Bryant.
— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) March 30, 2013
How Happy Are They? #Cowboys #Romo twitter.com/Armchair_QBs/sâ¦
— Armchair Quarterback (@Armchair_QBs) March 26, 2013
Gas prices in Texas just went up #RomoContract
— Chris Law (@ChrisLaw) March 29, 2013
Flacco gets â $120 M.Romo gets â $108 M extension.At these values, Aaron Rodgers is worth an estimated elevendy trazillion infinities.
— Sports Quotes (@Sports_Greats) March 30, 2013
This is gonna be the face of Jerry jones and Cowboy fans when Romo dont make the playoffs the next 6yrs twitter.com/BRO_HEN314/staâ¦
— Ryan Jamal Henry (@BRO_HEN314) April 1, 2013
BREAKING: Jerry Jones offers Trey Burke 7 yr/120 mil deal after matching Romo’s postseason wins record in Cowboy Stadium
— The Fake ESPN (@TheFakeESPN) March 30, 2013
I just tried to make this same offer to Tony Romo in Madden 13 and I was fired as coach…#NFL
— Danny Williams (@TweetsDanny) April 1, 2013
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